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Question Text (168 Questions) Question: When performing the first Leopold maneuver on a pregnant woman, if the fetal buttocks and head are easily palpated at the fundus, the fetus is said to … in: ... Question: When auscultating heart sounds arising from the aortic valve in an adult patient, place the stethoscope: Question: With the adult patient lying supine, the nurse practitioner flexes the patient’s neck while observing the hips and knees. Flexion of both hips and knees was … This is a positive: Question: Increased vascularity throughout the pelvis during pregnancy gives the vagina a bluish color. This sign is: Question: A swollen deviated uvula may … d with a: Question: A patient presents with symptoms of bloody stools, new onset constipation, and weight loss. These symptoms could … with: Question: A 68-year-old man with uncontrolled hypertension presents with sudden, intense left lower abdominal pain that radiates to the back. The pain is … with a tearing sensation. These findings are MOST likely … with: Question: During the vadinal examination of a pregnant woman in her first trimester, an adnexal mass with tenderness is … This finding could … consistent with: Question: In the normal ear, all of the following landmarks can … visualized when using the otoscope, except the: Question: What is the standard instrument … to auscultate fetal heart tones? Question: Retractions are … in all the following areas except the: Question: Characteristic symptoms of chronic arterial insufficiency may include which one of the following? Question: Social Phobia, panic disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are all examples of: Question: Characteristic symptoms of chronic arterial insufficiency may include which one of the following? Question: The gluteus maximus is … as the primary hip: Question: All of the following diseases may … with the appearance of a strawberry tongue except: Question: When examining the eyes, the right pupil reacts briskly to light, near effort, and is much smaller than the left pupil. This condition is mostly likely: Question: Children who pick their noses are at a higher risk for development of: Question: The ossicles are … in the: Question: The thoracic lymph duct drains lymphatic fluid from all the following areas except the: Question: A 37-year-old female has audible stridor. This type of stridor is consistent with: Question: During pregnancy, what sound may … auscultated at the second or third intercostal space at the sterna border due to increased blood flow through the vessels? Question: Murmurs audible during pregnancy may suggest: Question: Which one of the following is at the HIGHEST risk for suicide? Question: When performing the first Leopold maneuver on a pregnant woman, if the fetal buttocks and head are easily palpated at the fundus, the fetus is said to … in: Question: Adventitious breath sounds, such as crackles, are: Question: When performing a rectal exam, a raddish, moist, protruding mass is … at her anal opening. This finding is most likely a(n): Question: When educating a patient about iron replacement, the provider advises to take the supplement: Question: Murmurs audible during pregnancy may suggest: Question: Which one of the following is at the HIGHEST risk for suicide? Question: The structure that appears as a large swelling posteriorly on the superior ramus of the ischium and bears most of the weight in sitting, is … as: Question: A patient presents with a full thickness tissue loss with exposed bone and tendon and eschar of the left hip. Which stage of pressure ulcer development is this? Question: Aphonia refers to: Question: The findings of mucopurulent endocervical dischare and cervical motion tenderness on pelvic examination are strongly suggestive of: Question: A decrease in the amount of density in a bone is … to as: Question: When inspecting the neck for the thyroid gland, slightly tilt the patient’s head back, and using tangential lighting directed downward from the tip of the patient’s chin, inspect the: Question: A patient was … as nearsighted. The term for this condition is: Question: A finding NOT identified in boys … with Kinefelter syndrome is: Question: When examining the foot of a patient, the nurse practitioner notes tenderness of the posterior medial malleolus. This could … suggestive of: Question: What is the sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by infection with Haemophilus ducreyi and characterized by painful necrotizing genital ulcers? Question: A decrease in the amount of density in a b one is referred to as: Question: Symptoms of a child suspected of having a … of mixed failure to thrive (FTT) are usually seen in children: Question: An infant with a suspected hearing loss: Question: Upon examination of the left elbow, limited motion is … and the patient reports pain and stiffness with movement. Synovial inflammation is … in the grooves between the olceranon process and the epicondyles. These findings are most consistent with: Question: When ausculting the apex of the heart in an 8-years-old, the bell of the stethoscope sjpi;d … placed at the: Question: A 30-year-old patient presents with a moderate “aching” in his right eye. Findings reveal a small and irregular shaped right pupil. The cornea appears cloudy with a slight erythematous area around the corneal limbus. There is no ocular discharge … These findings are consistent with: Question: A form of milk produced by the mammary glands during late pregnancy is referred to as: Question: When performing a musculoskeletal examination, the nurse practitioner instructs the patient to move his arm out to the side, away from his body, and overhead. This motion of the shoulder girdle would … an example of: Question: During a speculum exam of the cervix the speculum is maintained in an open position by: Question: Physical signs … with mechanical neck pain with whiplash include: Question: Bilateral weakness in cranial nerve V (CN V) would … suggestive of a: Question: An example of tandem walking is having the patient: Question: Examples of sudden, painful, unilateral visual loss include all the following except: Question: B/P readings greater than 140 mm HG systolic and greater than 90 mm HG diastolic prior to pregnancy, before 20 weeks gestation, or beyond 12 weeks postpartum is: Question: An example of tandem walking is having the patient: Question: Examples of sudden, painful, unilateral visual loss include all the following except: Question: Risk factors related to osteoporosis include all of the following except: Question: B/P readings greater than 140 mm HG systolic and greater than 90 mm HG diastolic prior to pregnancy, before 20 weeks gestation, or beyond 12 weeks postpartum is: Question: Sudden bilateral and painful visual loss is rare but can … with: Question: The axiohumeral group of muscles include which one of the following? Question: Tenderness over the scapulohumeral muscle group with the inability to arm above the shoulder level would … consistent will all of the following conditions except: Question: Which nerve runs from the spine through the neck, the axilla, and into the arm? Question: The ethmoidal sinuses: Question: Which one of the following senses is most often affected in patients on long-term antibiotic therapy? Question: When obtaining information from an adolescent who has likely been sexually abused, the most appropriate action initially is to? Question: The usual position of the trachea is … : Question: A 35 year old female patient presents to the nurse practitioner with complaints of pain in the joints of both hands accompanied by stiffness, especially in the morning with tenderness and warmth to touch. Examination reveals swelling of the synovial tissue and limitation of motion. These findings are consistent with: Question: Involuntary movements of the body that involve larger portions of the body, including the trunk resulting in grotesque, twisted posture are suggestive of: Question: A toddler with a suspected hearing loss would: Question: A softening of the skin at the angles of the mouth which may … due to nutritional deficiency is commonly referred to as: Question: Most peripheral nerves contain afferent fibers. The term afferent refers to: Question: When obtaining information from an adolescent who has … sexually abused, the most appropriate action initially is to: Question: Prepatellar bursitis arises from: Question: The usual position of the trachea is … : Question: Sympotoms of proctitis may include all of the following except: Question: A 35 year old female patient presents to the nurse practitioner with complaints of pain in the joints of both hands accompanied by stiffness, especially in the morning with tenderness and warmth to touch. Examination reveals swelling of the synovial tissue and limitation of motion. These findings are … with: Question: When evaluating a patient for weakness of the upper extremities, bilateral distal weakness is … This finding could … suggestive of: Question: A serious disturbance in a person’s mental abilities that results in a decreased awareness of one’s environment and confused thinking is referred to as: Question: When performing an examination of a painful left elbow on an adult, inspection of the surrounding tissue reveals warmth. This finding could … suggestive of all of the following except: Question: A serious disturbance in a person’s mental abilities that results in a decreased awareness of one’s environment and confused thinking is … to as: Question: Asymmetry, irregular borders, variation in color, diameter greater than 6 mm, and elevation represent the “ABCDEs” of: Question: The psoas muscle group and muscles of the abdominal wall assist with: Question: When performing an examination of a painful left elbow on a adult, inspection o f the surrounding tissue reveals warmth. This finding could … suggestive of all of the following conditions except: Question: Ophthalmoscopic examination of the retina reveals a normal arteriovenous crossing. This appears as if the: Question: Physical manifestations of anxiety disorder would include all of the following except: Question: A 5-year-old child presents with complaints of fever and headache. Examination reveals a heart rate of 157 beats/minut, respiratory rate of 40 breaths/minute, B/P 108/54, and a temperature of 102.6 “F. The increased heart rate is most … to: Question: An adolescent is … examined for acne and findings revealed several … comedones. Question: On examination of the feet, the nurse practitioner observes a deep, infected lesion on the plantar surface of the left foot. The patient denies pain to touch. He has a history of diabetes. This lesion is most likely a: Question: During assessment of the thyroid, a fixed, firm, nontender large mass is … These findings describe: Question: A patient complains of aching pain in the lumbosacral area that radiates into the upper leg. This type of low back pain is referred to as: Question: An 8-month-old with a significant head lag would suggest the need for: Question: The anterior cruciate ligament of the knee: Question: A common arrhythmia … with hyperthyroidism is: Question: The medical malleolus is … at the: Question: Which substance … during pregnancy accounts for the leading cause of preventable intellectual disability? Question: When performing a bimanual vaginal exam, a solid, nodular like lesion is … over the right ovary. This finding is most consistent with: Question: Ectropion is … as: Question: A patient complains of aching pain in the lumbosacral area that radiates into the upper leg. This type of low back pain is referred to as: Question: A 30-year-old man who has a history of heart disease will present with which symptom related to the development of arteriosclerosis? Question: An 8-month-old with a significant head lag would suggest the need for: Question: The anterior cruciate ligament of the knee: Question: When examining the knee, the patient complains of pain with compression and patellar movement during quadriceps contraction. This finding could … suggestive of: Question: When examining the patient for wrist extension, the nurse practitioner instructs the patient to place his palms down and to: Question: During pregnancy, which hormone is responsible for increasing insulin resistance and hyperglycemia … with gestational diabetes? Question: Which one of the following symptoms … with gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) is … an alarm symptom? Question: The part of the brain that maintain homeostasis is the: Question: Increased anteroposterior diameter of the chest, purse-lipped breathing, and dyspnea with talking, suggest: Question: To visualize the ear canal and the tympanic memberane of an adult, use the otoscope with: Question: Symptoms of sundown syndrome may include: Question: Upon examination of the foot and ankle, the nurse practitioner notes point tenderness over the posterior of the right malleolus. Additionally, the patient is unable to bear weight after 4 step. This finding is most consistent with: Question: The reason a 75-year old female may experience a pathological fracture would bee because of: Question: When evaluating a patient who complains of thumb pain, thee nurse practitioner would test thumb movement b instructing the patient to place his thumb in the palm and then move the wrist toward the midline in ulnar deviation. This maneuver is commonly … as: Question: Where in the mouth … areas, nodules, or ulcerations that are suspicious of malignary … present? Question: Pain of duodenal or pancreatic origin may … referred to the: Question: Where in the mouth … areas, nodules, or ulcerations that are suspicious of malignary … present? Question: Pain of duodenal or pancreatic origin may … referred to the: Question: A 33 year old male presents for examination because of a scrotal complaints. The exam reveals the presence of 2 testicles and palpable tissue resembling a “bag of worms” over the left testicle. When in the supine position with the scrotum elevated, the “bag of worms” disappears. This condition is suggestive of a: Question: On examination of the feet, the nurse practitioner observes a painful thickening of the skin on the bony prominence of the left fifth toe. This lesion is most likely a: Question: On ophthalmoscopic examination of a 70-year-old, a thin grayish white arc is … on the lower end of the comea. This appearance is referred to as a: Question: When examining the abdomen, which of the following symptoms would … suggestive of appendicitis? Question: If fetal movement cannot … perceived after 24 weeks gestation, all of the following may … considered except: Question: Which of the following neurological assessment findings indicate the need for further evaluation? Question: Which one of the following is an appropriate type of play for a 6-month-old infant? Question: A patient presents with persistent thoughts of contamination, and dressing and undressing rituals. These symptoms are consistent with: Question: Walking on the toes and heels may reveal: Question: Ophthalmoscopic examination of the fundus reveals blood anterior to the retina and obscuring retina vessels. These findings are consistent with: Question: Which of the following group of symptoms would … suggestive of an infant experiencing a congenital heart defect … with a decreased pulmonary blood flow pattern? Question: The thick curved extension of the superior border of the scapula is … to as the: Question: Which choice is least likely to … an example of asymmetric weakness? Question: What is the earliest recognizable clinical manifestation(s) of cystic fibrosis in a child? Question: The Weber test uses a tuning fork to test hearing. The frequency range closest to that of conversational speech would … one with a frequency of: Question: When describing muscle strength, the term hemplegia means: Question: Which of the following is NOT a complaint of patients with 1 diabetes? Question: What is the gold standard method for diagnosing bacterial vaginosis (BV)? Question: The Rinne hearing test allows the examiner to screen for: Question: On examination of the shoulder, tenderness is … just below the tip of the acromion with pain on abduction and rotation and loss of smooth movement. This finding could … suggestive of: Question: Which one of the following symptoms would … in a 39 week gestational age patient who was suspected of having HELLP syndrome? Question: The personality disorder … by symptoms of instability with self-image, affect, and marked impulsivity is: Question: The nurse practitioner instructs the patient to close his eyes and then grasps his big toe and moves the toe up or down asking the patient to correctly identify of the movement. This is an example of identifying: Question: A twelve-month-old has a history of heart failure related to his congential heart defect. He is receiving aldactone (Spironolactone), enalapril (Vasotec), furosemide (Lasix), and acetaminophen (Tylenol). The infant’s potassium level is 3.1 meq/L. which medication is most likely decreasing his potassium level? Question: Fordyce spots or granules are … : Question: An infant with fetal alcohol syndrome would: Question: With Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Question: The Rinne hearing test allows the examiner to screen for: Question: On examination of the shoulder, tenderness is … just below the tip of the acromion with pain on abduction and rotation and loss of smooth movement. This finding could … suggestive of: Question: A condition … with a chronic cough that produces copious amounts of purulent sputum is most likely: Question: When grading muscle strength, a grade of three would indicate: Question: In the older adult, the test for leg mobility is … as the: Question: Breath sound consisting of a full inspiratory phase and a shortened and softer expiratory phase normally audible over the hilar region of the chest are termed: Question: The vertebral column angles sharply posteriorly and becomes immovable at the: Question: When should an oral glucose tolerance test … performed during pregnancy? Question: The most appropriate position for the patient when performing a rectal exam and one that allows for optimal examination, is the: Question: Which nerve in the arm is … in the ventral forearm and is just medial to the brachial artery in the antecubital fossa? Question: Examination of the hair reveals a sparse amount with a coarse appearance. This finding may … seen in patients who have: Question: When screening a patient for peripheral arterial disease (PAD), one risk factor would include a history of: Question: The convex medial end of the clavicle that articulates with the concave hollow in the upper sternum is … to as the: Question: When assessing the patient’s sense of position, instruct the patient to first stand with his feet together and eyes open, then instruct his to close both eyes for 30-0 seconds. If he loses his balance with his eyes … , this is: Question: Stools that appear black, tarry, and sticky are … to as: Question: The term … involuntary muscle movements, such as chorea, is: Question: The level of consciousness that refers to the ability of the patient to respond fully and appropriately to stimuli is … as: Question: Upon examination of the vagina, the entire anterior vaginal wall, together with the bladder and urethra create a bulge. This condition is most consistent with a: Question: Which of the following symptoms would … suggestive of lumbar spinal stenosis? Question: The part of the brain tissue that rims the surface of the cerebral hemispheres, forming the cerebral cortex is … as the: Question: When performing a musculoskeletal examination, the nurse practitioner instructs the patient to move his arm behind himself. This motion of the shoulder girdle would … an example of: Question: When assessing a patient’s sense of position, instruct the patient to first stand with his feet together and eyes open, then instruct him to close both eye for 30-60 seconds. If he loses his balance with his eyes … , this is: Question: Stools that appear black, tarry, and sticky are … to as: Question: Which behavior is NOT an observation of a patient’s affect? Question: Hyperplasia of the thyroid gland is … by a deficiency of: [Show More]

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